Flash within Powerpoint

This little movie was produced for a client in order to demonstrate the three dimensional features of their financial services portal (internal, external and across all platforms). This was then embedded within a PowerPoint presentation. Mouse over the cube’s edges and boxes to see various examples.




State Street – Global Link

Multimedia and Web Design, (2000-2003)



  • Implemented / designed front-end Style Guide for Global Link trading applications and websites.
  • Designed and maintained product brochures, product web pages and user guides.
  • Designed and maintained HTML and Flash product demos and PowerPoint presentations for clients.

Screenshots only as websites and artwork have since been redesigned.

Inventor portrait – Nikola Tesla

Portrait and banner were produced under a contracted in the ’90s by the Lemelson MIT group to create an illustration and banner for the Inventor of the Week on the Inventors Dimension website:

Nikola Tesla, Inventor of the electro-magnetic motor
Born in Croatia, the engineer Nikola Tesla had a distinguished academic and industrial career in central and eastern Europe before coming to the United States in 1884. Here, while working for the Edison Machine Works and independently, Tesla created his greatest invention, the electro-magnetic motor. More at http://web.mit.edu/invent/iow/tesla.html

Inventor portrait – Douglas Engelbart

Portrait and banner were produced under a contracted in the ’90s by the Lemelson MIT group to create an illustration and banner for the Inventor of the Week on the Inventors Dimension website:

Douglas Englebart, Inventor of the Computer Mouse
Among other things he invented the computer mouse, windows, shared-screen teleconferencing, hypermedia, groupware, and more!

Inventor portrait – Katherine J. Blodgett

Portrait and banner were produced under a contracted in the ’90s by the Lemelson MIT group to create an illustration and banner for the Inventor of the Week on the Inventors Dimension website:

Katherine J. Blodgett, Inventor of Non-Reflecting Glass
Blodgett received patent #2,220,660 (March 16, 1938) for the “Film Structure and Method of Preparation” that gave the world invisible glass, http://web.mit.edu/invent/iow/blodgett.html.